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- News & Resources
As part of the Safety, Opportunity and Success (SOS) Project, CJJ has conducted trainings, garnered extensive media coverage, and created a number of publications that are related to status offenses. Many of these were released as a follow up to the National Standards for the Care of Youth Charged with Status Offenses, which is a set of concrete policy and practice recommendations for avoiding or limiting court involvement for youth charged with non-delinquent offenses.
CJJ has published policy guidance, emerging issues briefs, fact sheets, toolkits, and many more resources related to status offenses. You can find all resources related to status offenses, in the publications section.
Trainings and Webinars
CJJ has created a training curriculum and conducted several webinars related to status offenses. You can find out more about these learning opportunities in our webinars and trainings section.
CJJ's SOS Project and the National Standards for the Care of Youth Charged with Status Offenses have received extensive traditional and new media coverage. In the media coverage section, you can read blog posts, articles, and op-eds that have been published about CJJ's work on status offenses.